Disillusion


Disillusion
Disillusion
Pays d’origine Drapeau d'Allemagne Allemagne
Genre musical Death metal
Metal progressif
Années d'activité 1997 – Aujourd'hui
Site officiel www.disillusion.de

Membres Vurtox (Andy Schmidt)
Rajk Barthel

Disillusion est un groupe allemand de metal progressif.

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Le premier album, back to times of splendor est très emprunt d'élements death metal, en y incluant des structures progressives. Avec Gloria, la voix se fait plus claire, abandonnant le côté death.

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